What it’s Like to Fly the Glasair Merlin LSA

Glasair Merlin. Photo: Jim Koepnick/Flying Magazine
Photo: Jim Koepnick/Flying Magazine

Flying Magazine features the Glasair Merlin LSA

“Like the predatory bird from which the name of Glasair’s new LSA stems, the Merlin is small and light, and has a certain fierceness about it as well. Similar to its amateur-built predecessors, it is a composite airplane with steel and aluminum parts, providing a smooth, streamlined structure. The fuel-injected 100 hp Rotax 912 iS Sport engine powers the bird and spins a two-blade composite propeller manufactured by Sensenich. The panel features a highly capable Dynon SkyView Touch electronic flight-information system.”

Read the full article in Flying Magazine.